Estimate Your Property Taxes
Your property taxes can be estimated by multiplying the individual property assessment value by the tax rate. To find out your estimated tax bill amount, enter the property assessment value from your last assessment and tax notice in the form below.
If you don't know the assessed value of the property, you may use the purchase price to estimate the property taxes. Keep in mind that your property taxes are based on the municipally assessed value of the property, which may differ from the purchase price of the property.
City Council sets the property tax rates annually in April.
This estimator was reviewed and updated in May 2020.
Single Family Residential property types include single family homes, manufactured homes, condominiums, duplexes, townhouses, tri-plexes and residential vacant land parcels (3 units or less on 1 registered title).
Multi-family property types include buildings with
4 or more residential housing units.
Non-residential property types include Commercial and Industrial Land and Improvements and commercial and industrial Vacant Land.
Disclaimer: The estimated total taxes do not include Local Improvement Levies and any other municipal charges applied to the tax account. The City of Lethbridge is not liable for damages or losses that may result from the use of this information.
To verify actual Total Tax levy, please contact the Assessment and Taxation Department at 403-320-3111.
The mill rate is typically set by council in April before the tax notices are mailed in May.